Is 3 days in Chiang Mai enough?

Is 3 days in Chiang Mai enough?

When deciding how long to spend in Chiang Mai, there are several factors to consider – like budget, interest and time allotted for your entire trip. We think 3 days in Chiang Mai is just enough time to get a feel for the city.

What can you do in Chiang Mai for 3 days?

3 Days in Chiang Mai Itinerary – Food, Culture + Day Trips

  • Breakfast at Blue Diamond.
  • Temple hop.
  • Other things to do in Chiang Mai Old City.
  • Lunch – khao soi noodles.
  • Go for a massage.
  • Coffee shops in Chiang Mai Old City.
  • Evening – Night Market.
  • Fancy a food tour?

Can you do a day trip to Pai from Chiang Mai?

It’s a small hippy town northwest of Chiang Mai towards the Burmese border on-the-beaten path. From Chiang Mai to Pai it takes three hours to drive through the windy hills and lush landscape. This makes it a great daytrip.

How big is Chiang Mai?

Chiang Mai (meaning “New City” in Thai) was founded in 1296 as the new capital of Lan Na, succeeding the former capital, Chiang Rai….Chiang Mai.

Chiang Mai เชียงใหม่
• City-municipality 40.216 km2 (15.527 sq mi)
• Metro 2,905 km2 (1,122 sq mi)
Area rank 11th
Elevation 310 m (1,020 ft)

What is the best elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai?

Elephant Nature Park is no doubt the most popular elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai. It is certainly known as one of the most ethical as well. It opened in the 1990s by founder Lek Chailert who is widely known for her conservation work with elephants.

How expensive is Chiang Mai?

Summary about cost of living in Chiang Mai, Thailand: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 1,895$ (63,313฿) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 530$ (17,710฿) without rent. Chiang Mai is 58.16% less expensive than New York (without rent).

How much is bus from Chiang Mai to Pai?

Chiang Mai to Pai Bus Schedule and Bus Fare

Bus Operator First Bus Fare From
Prempacha 06:30 THB 150.00